The constitution currently protects Missourians' right to bear arms. The language in the new amendment adds protections for the right to possess, purchase, reload and manufacture ammunition.
Participants said the state's tight budgets in recent years have been harmful to education, social services and health care.
State Republicans are too quick to insult teachers rather than working with them to improve public education.
Cole County Judge Daniel Green has announced the summary on the petitions, written by the secretary of state, isn't specific enough; and the cost estimate, prepared by the state auditor, is too narrow.
The Missouri House passed a bill that would require all foster children older than 15 to visit a state university, community college or technical college before they're adopted or leave the foster system.
Staff Sgt. Tyler J. Smith of Licking died April 3.
Drugstores and community pharmacists filed a federal lawsuit to stop St. Louis-based Express Scripts Inc.'s $29.1 billion acquisition of fellow pharmacy benefits manager Medco Health Solutions Inc.
The rate for teenage moms reached its lowest point since record-keeping began in 1940. The rate fell 9 percent to about 34 per 1,000 girls ages 15 through 19, and the decline was seen among all racial and ethnic groups.
The appropriations committee devoted several days to the budget last week. A state budget must be passed by May 11.
In girls competition, Tolton's Chase Freidel won three events and was second in another.
David Nittler led the Kewpies over the weekend with five goals and one assist.